Well I never…
I was giddy as a school girl when I found out that my Brighton Silver Ring Making Workshop was in The Guardian this Saturday. Lucky for me my friend Katherine informed me about the article so I could rush out and grab myself a copy. Did you see it?
Do Something !
If you haven’t been glued to the Guardian’s ‘Do Something’ supplement here’s a synopsis. Since January 2014 The Guardian has published this monthly guide packed full of information to help readers “stretch their horizons, learn new skills and live more intensely”. The sections cover all the bases: brainy, creative, social and active. Good job I say! To find out more click here.
This months ‘Do Something’ supplement, published this Saturday 13 September 2014, had a lovely article written by Ruth Lewy who tried her hand at silver ring making in a workshop run by jeweller Victoria Delany in Birmingham. Ruth details her delightful half day session learning jewellery skills including sawing, annealing, filing, soldering, hammering and finishing. Read the full article here.
So where do I come in…?
The article recommends three great ring making workshops in the UK and the 3 hour ring making workshop that I teach at my Brighton studio is detailed there. How exciting! See photo below for more details of my workshops and 1-2-1 jewellery tuition. Read the article online here.
Who can make a silver ring?
My students are a mixture of hobbyists and budding jewellery designers. If you’re a couple you can come and make your own wedding rings too. Most of my students come for the first time without any knowledge or experience. Most leave amazed by what they have achieved in 3 hours !
Want to know more?
To find out more about my jewellery workshops and classes click here. Workshops start at £70 per person or bespoke jewellery classes start at £25 per hour. Got any questions? Feel free to ask me any questions as a comment below.
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